Trajectories and the New Doping Demography
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In this chapter, we pull together some of the key themes and conclusions of the book, focusing on future developments of fitness doping and disrupted doping trajectories in the context of gym and fitness culture. The chapter also picks up some of the book’s other principal themes: its theoretical contribution to the debate on doping trajectories as well as gender and health, among other things.
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